Select the best quality at the best price, they are handcrafted in Morocco in the city of Fez, they are made by Moroccan artisans who are known for their ancestral history in the art and craft.
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Taghazout teapot is a Moroccan copper teapot is a traditional tea making container that is commonly used in Moroccan culture. It is also known as a "Moroccan kettle" or "Moroccan teapot". The teapot is generally made of copper and has a distinctive shape with a curved beak and decorative handle.
Théière m’gouna 3×1
The Moroccan ma'gouna teapot, also called berrad in Moroccan Darija, is an essential element of the traditional Moroccan tea ceremony. It is usually made of brass, copper or silver and is often decorated with intricate motifs.
Teapot tray x3
Select the best quality at the best price, they are handcrafted in Morocco in the city of Fez, they are
Azrou Teapot Pack x3
This Moroccan copper teapot is an artisanal tea house located in the heart of the ancient city of Fez, Morocco.Our skilled artisans create each piece of copper by hand, using traditional methods and tools that have been handed down from generation to generation. Our exquisite tea services are perfect for special occasions such as weddings, celebrations and festivities of Ramadan. They also make excellent gifts for discerning people who appreciate the refined craftsmanship and elegant design.
M’Daz teapot x3
This Moroccan teapot is a Moroccan copper teapot handmade in the city of Fez. It is a popular teapot to serve tea on special occasions such as ceremonies, celebrations and holidays such as Ramadan and weddings. The teapot is a great gift for someone who appreciates elegant and unique kitchen utensils.
Royal Teapot x4
The Moroccan copper teapot has a long and rich history, dating from the 16th century. It is believed that the first copper teapots in Morocco were made by Jewish artisans to express their faith.These early teapots had simple designs, but over time they became increasingly ornamented with filigree, beaten silver, or brass accents.
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